Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash and John Martin 'Reload' – Song Premiere

Stadium anthem gets disco upgrade

Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash and John Martin
Andreas Lind
June 12, 2013 9:00 AM ET

When "Reload" was released last year, the collaborative cut from Swedish House Mafia member Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash was simply an instrumental. Since then, the track stayed in steady rotation during SHM's One Last Tour, and it just recently saw rerelease with lyrics and vocals added by John Martin.

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Now you can take an exclusive first listen to the third incarnation of "Reload," a reworking from Tiedye that'll appear on a remix bundle for the track out July 9th on Astralwerks. Tiedye takes the blaring stadium anthem and flips it into a sprawling disco burner that rides a simple groove, winding synth and bubbling piano to a different kind of dancefloor grandeur.

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